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玛格丽特·施莱格尔旅程中的不完整联结

论文作者:留学生论文论文属性:硕士毕业论文 dissertation登出时间:2021-01-27编辑:vicky点击率:320

论文字数:27745论文编号:org202101171012236696语种:英语 English地区:中国价格:$ 44

关键词:英语论文范文玛格丽特·施莱格尔旅程不完整的联结

摘要:本文是一篇英语论文范文,到目前为止,本文分析了玛格丽特·施莱格尔小说中的不完全联系。《玛格丽特之旅》中的三个空间并没有被看作是情节发展的简单背景,而是真正参与了小说的建构,见证了玛格丽特的精神成长以及她对如何建立一种完整联系的认识。

这篇论文首先揭示了伦敦的社会先兆,这些先兆阻碍了玛格丽特实现完全连接的使命。它描绘了玛格丽特在阿托尼顿庄园的逗留,在那里她遇到了一系列的困境,这使她的关系复杂化,使她感到幻灭。最后玛格丽特到达了霍华德庄园,建立了施莱格尔-威尔科克斯王朝和乌托邦的联系.

CHAPTER ONE A DEPARTURE STATION FROM LONDON:MARGARET’S AWARENESS ABOUT THE SOCIALHARBINGER OF AN INCOMPLETE CONNECTION


1. The Incomplete Connection in the Civilization of Luggage

The concept of “rootlessness or displacement on earth” is viewed as a mainconcern in Howards End, in particular to novel’s subtle representation of the “nomadiccivilization” in London (Forster 272). The city is riddled with the sense of flux andturbulence haunted by “the grey tide”, uprooting people from their physical dwellings(Forster 112). In this case, the individuals are hard to find a sense of belonging and toconnect with a permanent place physically and spiritually, because they are confrontedwith the risk of being driven from one place to another place all the time. Regina Martinemphasizes that “it is the rapid rise and fall of urban architecture to which the novelmost interestingly attributes modern flux.” (449)

Margaret is not spared of the doom of the modern flux, and has to join the nomadicmovement. Her dwelling in Wickham Place is about to be razed, replaced by more luxurious and modern apartments. The newly-built houses are ready to accommodatemore people who have migrated from countryside into the city. Before the loss ofWickham Place, Margaret has no misgivings about the repercussions of the modernflux. But the moment she is informed to leave the house, Margaret starts to understandthe vital importance of making connection with a permanent house, which is rootedwith piles of memories and emotion. However, she has no choice but to cut theconnection with her home, and to join the nomadic horde foretasting the bitter fruit ofthe “civilization of luggage” where “the middle class accreted possessions withouttaking root in the earth”, and “may find in this the secret of their imaginative poverty”(Forster 156). In other words, Margaret is to be besieged by the civilization in whichindividuals are disconnected with the earth, accompanied with their impairedimagination and emotion.

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2. The Incomplete Connection on the Money-piled Island and the Spiritual Wasteland

“The very soul of the world is economic, and that the lowest abyss is not theabsence of love but the absence of coin.” (Forster 63) Money governs the running mode of the world, and the characters in the novel are living on the island of money. “Thenovel uses money as an iterative motif and a plot—motivator. Money is at the core ofthe novel.” (Wright 47) In order to accumulate more wealth, the English people areconverted to make foreign investments. Undoubtedly, Margaret follows the crowd,hence putting a large amount of money on “foreign things”. Copious studies on thenovel are inclined to categorize the Wilcoxes and the Schlegels as opposites, who sharediscrepant beliefs and values. However, both shape their outlook based on theirfinancial condition. Speaking of the importance of money, Margaret believes thatmoney is “the warp of civilization”, and personal relation would be its woof (Forster133). She explicates to Mrs. Munt, “You and I and the Wilcoxes stand upon money asupon islands…most others are down below the surface of the sea.” (Forster 63) HowbeitMargaret is an intellectual riveting her interest upo论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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